• 2018 BAFTA nominations: The biggest snubs and suprises
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    Hanna Flint

    2018 BAFTA nominations: The biggest snubs and suprises

    From 'God's Own Country' to 'Paddington 2' there have been some shockers in this year's nominations.

  • The Golden Globes success of 'Three Billboards' is a problem for black representation
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    The Golden Globes success of 'Three Billboards' is a problem for black representation

    Martin McDonagh's award-winning film has been criticised for its treatment of race.

  • Best movie posters of 2017
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    Best movie posters of 2017

    It's been a hell of a year for movie posters – we're running out of walls to hang all the best movie posters of 2017 on.

  • The 10 best movie scenes of 2017
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    The 10 best movie scenes of 2017

    It was a tough gig to narrow it down, but we present to you our top 10 favourite movie scenes from 2017.

  • The 20 best movies of 2017
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    The 20 best movies of 2017

    The best movies of 2017 featured something for everyone, from sci-fi and drama, to horror and romance.

  • Golden Globes Nominations 2018: Movie Surprises & Snubs
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    Entertainment Tonight

    Golden Globes Nominations 2018: Movie Surprises & Snubs

    'All of the Money in the World' and 'The Greatest Showman' got plenty of love, but where were the nominations for 'The Big Sick' and 'Get Out'?

  • Hit horror movie Get Out to compete as a comedy at the Golden Globes
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    Hit horror movie Get Out to compete as a comedy at the Golden Globes

    In a not-entirely out of character curveball, it sounds like the Golden Globes is to recognise Jordan Peele's hit movie 'Get Out' not as a horror, which it is, but as a comedy (which it isn't).

  • Jordan Peele and Spike Lee unite for true-life drama The Black Klansman
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    Jordan Peele and Spike Lee unite for true-life drama The Black Klansman

    'Get-Out' filmmaker Peele will produce while 'Malcolm X' icon Lee directs true story of a black police officer who infiltrated the KKK.

  • ‘Get Out’ Is 2017’s Most Profitable Film So Far
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    The Wrap

    ‘Get Out’ Is 2017’s Most Profitable Film So Far

    Jordan Peele’s racism-horror masterpiece “Get Out” has had the best return on investment of any film of 2017 — a spectacular 630 percent. Deep into summer, only one other film this year has come close to that kind of return — and it’s from Blumhouse, the same production company that delivered “Get Out.” M. Night Shyamalan‘s “Split” had a 610 percent ROI. TheWrap calculated an estimate for the combined production budget and marketing costs for the top 25 grossing films this year so far, and Blumhouse founder and CEO Jason Blum’s strategy of taking creative risks within tight budgets is paying off.

  • Indie horror hit Get Out tops Best Movie of 2017 So Far poll
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    Indie horror hit Get Out tops Best Movie of 2017 So Far poll

    The indie horror smash 'Get Out' has topped a list polled from movie critics as the best movie of the year so far.

  • Get Out makes history earning $200 million worldwide
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    Get Out makes history earning $200 million worldwide

    Get Out just made history - the first film from a black writer-director to earn $200 million.

  • Is 2017 bringing horror back to the mainstream?
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    Is 2017 bringing horror back to the mainstream?

    With the success of ‘Get Out’ and ‘Split,’ and the likelihood of ‘It’ becoming a box office smash, horror cinema seems to be seeing a resurgence in critical and commercial acceptability. Depending on who you talk to, recent years have been either a treasure trove or a wasteland for horror movies. On a cult level, interest in the genre has arguably never been higher, with innumerable websites and blogs covering all things horror and scores of horror-based film festivals and conventions popping up across the globe.

  • Black Panther is just ‘like Game Of Thrones,’ insists Daniel Kaluuya
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    Black Panther is just ‘like Game Of Thrones,’ insists Daniel Kaluuya

    Kaluuya, who shot to stardom earlier this year thanks to his performance in the horror film ‘Get Out’, has been cast as W’Kabi, the confidant to Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa/Black Panther. Clearly he’s rather enjoying himself working on ‘Black Panther’, too, because Daniel Kaluuya has been waxing lyrical about it, as well as its director Ryan Coogler, but made sure to insist to GQ, via Metro, that it doesn’t just copy ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Captain America’. This is like ‘Game Of Thrones’.

  • Samuel L Jackson attempts to clarify 'black British actors' remarks at Kong premiere
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    Samuel L Jackson attempts to clarify 'black British actors' remarks at Kong premiere

    ‘Kong: Skull Island’ star Samuel L Jackson has responded to criticisms regarding his recent comments that suggested he thought black British actors shouldn’t be cast as African-Americans in Hollywood movies, suggesting black American actors aren’t “afforded the same luxury” in the UK. In an interview with US radio station HOT 97 earlier this week, Jackson questioned whether British star Daniel Kaluuya was the best man for the lead role in hit horror film ‘Get Out’. The film highlights racial tensions in America, pointing a spotlight on white America’s attitude towards interracial relationships.